Frances L. L. Dailey Regent University, USA
Frances L. L. Dailey, Ph.D. is affiliated with Regent University School of Psychology and Counseling and Argosy University College of Counseling, Psychology and Social Sciences. Dr. Dailey has 15 years’ experience counseling families, couples, and individuals with a wide spectrum of mental health, substance use, relationship, and career challenges. She is a consultant and Research Director to a national mental health and juvenile justice consulting firm. In this capacity she provides mental health counseling, psychological and psychosexual evaluations for human services and juvenile justice, criminal justice programs with clients for several residential treatment and community-based programs, and oversees both quantitative and qualitative research projects throughout the country. She has authored a supplemental text book on Adolescents in Conflict. Her written work has focused on juvenile sex offending, adolescent and mental health, trauma related issues, forensic and cultural needs of persons involved with the juvenile justice and mental health systems, as means of distributing findings of her research. A graduate of Regent University’s CACREP accredited Counselor Education and Supervision doctoral program, she was awarded by her professors awarded as the “Outstanding Student of the Year Award.” The American Counseling Association identified her as an “Emerging Leader” within the Counseling field. She worked with several home-based service organizations in the role of Family Therapist, Family Preservation Supervisor, and Home-based Counseling Services Contracts Program Manager. Her family preservation expertise allowed her to contribute to developing Bonding Assessments and Comprehensive Family Profiles as a National Family Preservation Network board member. Dr. Dailey’s research and scholarly activities include multiple refereed journal articles. Dr. Dailey was recognized by Routlege Behavioral Sciences journals for the published article titled “Mental Health Treatment in Juvenile Justice Secure Care Facilities: Practice and Policy Recommendations”, published in the Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice. This was featured as the most downloaded articles published in Routeldge Behavioral Sciences journals in 2014.